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Speaker: David Gonzalves, Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation, Sergei Tikhomirov & Joachim Arts, University of Luxembourg
Event date: Thursday, 07 June 2018 09:00 am - Friday, 08 June 2018 03:00 pm
Place: Limpertsberg Campus
162A avenue de la Faïencerie
L-1511 Luxembourg

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE WORKSHOP IS POSTPONED. WHEN A NEW DATE WILL BE DEFINED, WE WILL RE-ANNOUNCE THE EVENT. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.

 

This module will give an overview of impact of digitalisation of supply chains and its impact on the supplier interactions. It will cover areas related to data analytics, forecasting, procurement competences and blockchain technologies.

Programme

  • Fundamentals in procurement
  • Global supply chain management, cost analysis & digitalisation
  • Handling volatility
  • Big data impact on supply chain operations
  • Inventory management/ forecasting
  • Blockchain technologies

Lecturers

  • David Gonzalves, Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation, member of the MIT SCALE network
  • Sergei Tikhomirov, PhD student at the Laboratory of Algorithmics, Cryptology and Security (LACS) of the University of Luxembourg
  • Joachim Arts, University of Luxembourg

David Gonsalvez

David Gonsalvez

  

Sergei Tikhomirov

Joachim Arts

Joachim Arts

 

Dr David Gonsalvez

Dr David Gonsalvez is the CEO and Rector of the Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation, a member of the MIT Global SCALE Network. His research areas include automotive value networks, next generation mobility solutions and retail supply chains.

Sergei Tikhomirov

Sergei Tikhomirov is a PhD student at the Laboratory of Algorithmics, Cryptology and Security (LACS) of the University of Luxembourg. His main research interest is security of blockchain networks, with a focus on secure development practices on the Ethereum platform and domain-specific languages for smart contracts.

Associate Prof. Joachim Arts

Associate Prof. Joachim Arts is the Course Director of the LCL’s Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.. His research  focuses on business analytics, operations research and its practical applications in supply chain, maintenance and logistics.

Learning outcomes and benefits

  • The programme introduces participants to the  digitalisation of supply chains and the technologies shaping this process.
  • Participants develop a comprehensive understanding of the technologies available for their companies’ logistics and supply chain processes.
  • The programme covers state-of-the art research concepts, case studies.
  • Participants gain insights into current challenges in operating efficient supply chains.

Participant profile

This programme is designed for professionals keen to develop innovative strategies and solutions to better serve their or their companies’ customers. They are involved in creating, optimising or redesigning a supply chain. Participants with experience in operations, manufacturing, logistics, procurement, information technology management, marketing, new product development or distribution will benefit from this programme.

 

Testimonial 

Supply Chain Management 4.0:

"Excellent workshop , how the technology and other factors, can be incorporated inside all the process in logistics and supply chain management in order to get better performance in the company. I want to congratulate the University of Luxembourg for such work developed.”

William Walsh, C.H. Robinson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Practical details

Date:  Thursday 7 June 2018, 9:00 to 17:00 & Friday 8 June 2018, 9:00 to 15:00

Target group: Attendance is open to all interested parties

Location: Limpertsberg Campus,

162A avenue de la Faïencerie,

L-1511 Luxembourg

Language: English

Cost: 1650 €, LCL partner discount available

Registration deadline: 4 June 2018

Contact: Tjalda von Lilienfeld-Toal

The course fees cover participation in the two-day programme, which includes teaching materials and lunch and breaks. Travel expenses to and from the course location and accommodation are not included. After the course, participants will receive a certificate of attendance.

REGISTRATION TO THE WORKSHOP by email to Jackie Brown